Actions for Science

April 22nd was only the beginning.

We continue to be organized. Stay informed. Stay involved.

ART FOR SCIENCE

We are displaying science slogans and art at the march on our signs. Let’s share our signs, share our science-inspired art, and support artists

 

WRITE FOR SCIENCE

Let’s share our stories with diverse audiences in a variety of forums. #WhyIMarchSTL  #ScienceSavedMyLifeSTL #ActualLivingScientistSTL

 

GATHER FOR SCIENCE

Thousands of us gathered for the St. Louis March for Science, because we understand the value of science. We will continue to gather in groups large and small for discussions, book clubs, movie nights, public lectures, and more on all topics science.

 

TEACH FOR SCIENCE

Science education is a cornerstone of the March for Science movement. Let’s take the time to learn about all the cool science happening in St. Louis and beyond.

 

HIKE FOR SCIENCE

Let’s visit national and state parks, museums, and the outdoors together. Let’s bring friends, kids, and community groups along. Let’s walk, run, scoot, bike, climb, push, or carpool. And let’s not forget to share our stories and pictures.

 

SPEAK OUT FOR SCIENCE

In coming out to the March for Science, we let the world know we support science-based education, innovation, and economic development for the betterment of society and our region. Let’s continue to be champions for science.

Let’s talk to our neighbors, friends, teachers, students, representatives, and the public. Let’s talk to them in public and private. Let’s join organizations and movements which support issues that matter. Let’s continue to share our support of science.

  • Affirm science as a democratic value.
  • Support science that serves the common good
  • Request evidence-based policy and regulations in the public interest
  • Bolster diversity and inclusion in STEM
  • Advocate for open, inclusive, and accessible science
  • Expand cutting-edge science education
  • Promote open, honest science and inclusive public outreach
  • Extend funding for scientific research and its applications
  • Humanize science

 

“None of these is political in a partisan way. And all of them are what we hope for in a science literate society.” – Dr. David L. Evans, Executive Director of the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)

 

 

 

March for Science – St. Louis is a diverse nonpartisan group supporting science-based education, innovation, and economic development for the betterment of society.

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